Today in the program, we’ll speak with Andy Hall, he’s the author of Denali’s Howl, The Deadliest Climbing Disaster on America’s Wildest Peak. It’s about the 1967 climbing expedition led by a boy form Utah, Joe Wilcox that ended in the death of seven out of the 12 climbers on the expedition. Our second guest is Michael Russer, he’s an international speaker and lecturer who talks about surviving prostate cancer, how it rendered him impotent and how he has reshaped his outlook and ability to experience intimacy in diverse ways.
First we'll speak with Philippe Petit, the "Man on Wire," about how walking on a tight rope between the World Trade Centers twin towers was not a daredevil act, it was a creative process. His new book is Creativity: The Perfect Crime. Then Jowita Bydlowska, author of the book, Drunk Mom. It's a memoir with a simple title that says it all. Performing the world's most important job as a drunk. She talks about what she has learned about addiction, recovery and how she has to overcome every single day.
First Tim and Lynn speak with Heather Deford, PT, at the Park City Medical Center who specializes in women's pelvic floor. The second half of the show features Jo Becker, New York Times writer and Pulitzer prize winner - with her new book: “Forcing the Spring: Inside the Fight for Marriage Equality".
In an active and aging community like the one we live in, the health of our joints is really a top priority. We speak with Dr. Phil Davidson, a surgeon in the Heiden Davidson Orthopedic office in Park City. He’ll join us to talk about some of the ongoing practices that give longer life to our weary and overused joints. Then, we’ll talk about Essentialism - what do real really need in our lives to thrive. Greg McKeown is a blogger for the Harvard Business Review and speaks all over the world. We’ll talk to him about his new book, Essentialism: The Discipline Pursuit of Less.
Lynn and guest host Tim talk to Simon Head, author of "Mindless: Why Smarter Machines are Making Dumber Humans", arguing that systems have come to trump human expertise .Then, Brent Andersen, Founder of the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, which opened its new facilities in Draper. It's the 9th largest aquarium in the nation.
Today, Tim Henney and Lynn Ware Peek first rebroadcast an interview with Dr Terry Wahls, author of the Wahls Protocol. It's called a 'radical new way to treat all chronic autoimmune conditions.' Wahls treated her own MS and got out of a wheelchair. Then Adele Levine, author of , "Run don't Walk: The Curious and Chaotic Life of a Physical Therapist Inside Walter Reed Army Medical Center." It's about the life inside the highest volume amputee center in the nation, and how Levine grew curiously attached to the good that is done there.
Tim Henney and Lynn ware Peek talk air & water quality, wood burning fireplaces, car emission lights and septic tanks with Rich Bullough, director of the Summit County Health Department. The, members of the Park City High School Academic Decathlon team...it's the club a lot of adults wish they had been part of. What does it take to master at the state and national level like the PCHS team does each year?
On this show, we'll talk with Ann Ober, new to the sustainability department at City Hall, about her role in effective government, regional transportation, and when the rubber meets the road in sustainable practices for a municipality. Then Spike Carlsen, author of "The Backyard Homestead Book of BUILDING PROJECTS", he's the home project guru. And if that wasn't enough, Dave Barry, humor columnist and author of more than 30 books about his latest literary endeavor, "You Can Date Boys When You're Forty". He is a funny guy, or so we are told.
Join Tim Henney and Lynn Ware Peek as they explore the world of bacteria inside the human mouth along with Marielle Pariseau, founder of shapingthefutureofdentistry.com
Then Scott Escott, Trails Coordinator with Moab Trail Mix. It's the group that builds networks of single track trails in the Moab area. He'll talk about how they move Subaru sized boulders and how they fund the hundreds of miles of new trails.
Tim and Lynn rebroadcast an interview with Daniel Pink, about his new book "To Sell Is Human". Then a conversation with Park City resident and businessman, Jim Webber, who tells us about the Nepal Cleft and Burn Center. Finally, Park City Police Chief, Wade Carpenter. He shares the police department's creative tactics and strategies.